UofT and UBC - Who are your Famous Asian Grad?

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Subject: UofT and UBC - Who are your Famous Asian Grad?
I don?t represent McGill. I?m just asking you Asians whom proudly boast about UofT and UBC, but yet those schools have done shit to launch Asian students/grads into prominence in Canada.

So, I repeat: No Famous Asian Graduates from UofT or UBC

I pick on thoe two schools because they do produce the most numerous Asian graduates, but who are the famous Asian graduates in Canada ?????



[09-09-2006,03:07]
Asian-Canadian Guy
(in reply to: UofT and UBC - Who are your Famous Asian Grad?)
ASIANS SUCK!!

FUCK BACK TO CHINE

[09-09-2006,04:00]
Anonymous
(in reply to: UofT and UBC - Who are your Famous Asian Grad?)
I repeat: McGill accept international students!! Awesome!! We don´t need no stupid famous people! We only need Americans!! Awesome!

I´m Awesome!!!

[09-09-2006,04:22]
Anonymous
(in reply to: UofT and UBC - Who are your Famous Asian Grad?)
I´m Korean. Korea #1 Dae Ha Min Gook!

Korean > Canada


[09-09-2006,11:06]
Anonymous
(in reply to: UofT and UBC - Who are your Famous Asian Grad?)
David Suzuki, a UBC grad.

UBC RULES!


[09-09-2006,13:28]
Anonymous
(in reply to: UofT and UBC - Who are your Famous Asian Grad?)
^As much as Canadians would love to claim he´s a UBC grad, He is not. I think he worked as a professor at UBC.
[09-09-2006,13:49]
Anonymous
(in reply to: UofT and UBC - Who are your Famous Asian Grad?)
From davidsuzuki.org:

David was born in Vancouver, BC in 1936. During World War II, at the age of six, he was interned with his family in a camp in BC. After the war, he went to high school in London, Ontario. He graduated with Honours from Amherst College in 1958 and went on to earn his PhD in Zoology from the University of Chicago in 1961.

[09-09-2006,17:39]
Anonymous



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